Six Layer Dinner by Erik K
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There are a few notations at the top. One has the name Erik K. and another says Jean S. 4/88.
Not sure who the recipe is actually from but it appears this recipe is from the 1980s.
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- Irish potatoes
- Hamburger Meat
- Celery, chopped
- Carrots, chopped
- Onions, chopped fine
- Green pepper, chopped
- Place ingredients in an oiled baking dish in the order given
- Add bits of margarine on each level
- Bake in a slow oven at 300 degrees for 2 hours.